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Digica Group, a leading provider of outsourced and managed IT services to companies using midrange and desktop technologies, announces that it has received £3.5m additional investment capital. The funds will be used to support the continued development of the business. In particular, Digica has plans to expand its high-availability capability in the UK and to increase the technical and services resources of the company. It will also further develop its recently acquired facilities in South Africa. Digica sees particular opportunities in the mid-range outsourcing market by building on its ability to offer 24x7 service with high resilience. Digica currently has two data-centres, in Nottingham and Leeds, and is building a new data-centre in South Africa. Both of the UK data centres have physically separate high-availability suites, connected by resilient fibre to each data centre. This enables Digica to offer a range of innovative and cost effective business continuity solutions.

Its range of infrastructure management and applications services is designed to help its customers achieve their business goals by providing end-to-end technology solutions. Whether customers choose to house their servers in Digica’s purpose-built data centres or take advantage of Digica’s skills and experience to manage the systems on their own sites, Digica’s aim is to ensure its customers’ systems are always available when they need them.

Digica’s services include Midrange Server Management, Desktop & Network Management, SAP Managed Services, Applications Management and Help Desk Services. Digica also offers ASP Hosting Services to software vendors who want to provide their own applications and services to their own customers on a price per user or other subscription basis.

The increased financial support for the company comes from funds managed by the leading European private-equity company Bridgepoint Capital. Patrick Fox, director of Bridgepoint, said ” We are pleased to continue our support of Digica because of its strong position in the mid-range outsourcing sector and the quality of its highly resilient solutions”. Mark Howling, newly appointed Chief Executive Officer of Digica, said “The increased investment will enable Digica to build on its strengths at a time when the market is consolidating.”


For further information contact:

James Felix, Sales & Marketing Director, Digica, Phoenix House, Colliers Way, Nottingham NG8 6AT

Telephone: 0115 977 1177




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